Twitter is one of the most popular social media platforms, introducing new features from time to time to keep people using them. Today is another attempt to do this, as microblogging sites provide iOS users with the ability to create their own GIFs and post them easily. Here’s how to create a GIF using the Twitter iOS app:
You can now create GIFs on Twitter
Twitter announced in a tweet. This feature is added to the existing options for selecting and posting GIFs from third-party services. Creating your own can help you add a personalized touch to your tweets and reply to others’ tweets.
Creating and posting your own GIF is similar to Instagram’s Boomerangs. This is a 2 or 3 second video running in a loop. If you want to create your own GIF on Twitter, follow these steps:
How to create a GIF using the Twitter iOS app
- Open Twitter on your iOS device and it’s in the lower right corner[ツイートの作成]Tap the icon.
- Select the camera icon in Tweet Composer
- Then select the newly introduced GIF option in the camera viewfinder. Click the shutter button to capture a short video and create a GIF. You can also decide whether to play the GIF repeatedly or only once.
- If you are satisfied[GIFを使用]You can tap an option to post like a tweet.
The created GIF is automatically saved in the camera roll. You can also tap the reply option-> select the gallery icon on the left-> click the camera to reply to a tweet or thread using your own customized GIF. Then follow the same steps as above.
The new features are published in Twitter’s iOS app. However, nothing has been announced about when to reach the Android app.
In related news, Twitter recently started testing the negative vote option for more users. This allows people to vote against a particular reply if it seems to be derogatory or irrelevant to you.There is also Ability to sort replies and decide what you want to receive.. The social media platform also extends the NFT profile photo feature, allowing users to set NFTs as DPs.
So what do you think of the new GIF creation feature of Twitter for iOS? Do you think it’s a cool addition? Please let us know your thoughts in the comments below.